A musical training programme will be organised in the district to promote cultural exchange and community connections. Through the creation and rehearsal of a musical developed with the participants and based on the characteristics of the district, the diversity in the community will be further explored while the awareness and sense of belonging will be enhanced as well.
Based on the community element derived from the Musical Creation Experiential Class, an outdoor experiential theatre is designed for the public to go into the neighbourhood in Yau Tsim Mong. Participants will be provided with the background information and characters of the story. Under the guidance of the docent, they will experience the historical changes and cultural uniqueness of the community following the storyline at specific streets and scenic spots.
(Due to the pandemic situation and distancing measures are still in force, the outdoor programme will be changed to indoors)
Musical Rehearsal (Programme Cancelled)
To recruit a team of the performers and production crew in the district, the professional creative team will develop an original musical by integrating the stories from the participants. Participants of different ages will learn to take up various roles and prepare for the musical community performances.
Community Performances will be toured in in Yau Tsim Mong at community halls, schools and outdoor venues to share the achievements of the participants with the public. Post-performance sharing sessions will be arranged as well.
Musical Day Camp (Programme Cancelled)
The main elements of musical - singing, dancing and acting, will be the main themes of the day camps. Instructors will select world-famous musical classics to teach participants of different ages and ethnicities the performing skills and provide them the opportunity to access classic pieces and know more about musicals.
Presenter reserves the right to change the programme, instructors/artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary. The content of programmes does not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.